1st AD Pre-Deployment Briefing by pfm20968

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									                        US Army Garrison Wiesbaden

                                                AD   1st

                                        Pre-Deployment
                                            Briefing




USAG Wiesbaden DPTMS, Plans & Operations, 337-5575
                                              Agenda

      1800 – 1810                  Commander, STB
      1810 – 1820                  Commanding General, 1st AD
      1820 – 1830                  Rear D Introductions/Staff Reps.
      1830 – 1840                  Military Personnel Division
      1840 – 1850                  Legal
      1850 – 1855                  Army Community Service
      1855 – 1900                  Sexual Assault Prevention and Response
      1900 – 1905                  Postal Service Center
      1905 – 1915                  Financial Benefits / Financial Readiness
      1915 – 1920                  Child and Youth Services
      1920 – 1925                  Public Affairs Office
USAG Wiesbaden DPTMS, Plans & Operations, 337-5575
                                              Agenda

      1925 – 1935                  Break
      1935 – 1940                  OPSEC
      1940 – 1945                  Health Promotions Office
      1945 – 1950                  Behavioral Health
      1950 – 1955                  Directorate of Logistics
      1955 – 2000                  Provost Marshal / Vehicle Registration
      2000 – 2005                  Installation Access Control System
      2005 – 2010                  Red Cross
      2010 – 2015                  Chaplain
      2015 – 2020                  Housing
      2020 – 2030                  Closing Comments/Questions
USAG Wiesbaden DPTMS, Plans & Operations, 337-5575
Commander/ CSM, DSTB
Commanding General,   1 st   AD
Command Sergeant Major, 1st AD
    Introductions
  Rear Detachment
Staff Representatives
       DHR




Military Personnel
 Division (MPD)
                                   DHR-MPD
                      EARLY RETURN OF DEPENDENTS
                                (EROD)

o In the event an unfortunate situation should occur EROD is a last
  resort when all other resources have been utilized and it has been
  determined that the situation cannot be resolved within the USAREUR
  AOR.
     o Deployment is not a reason for EROD.
     o EROD does not replace the family care plan for single soldiers and
       dual military families.


o EROD severs the service member‟s command sponsorship and family
  member will not be brought back at government expense.



REFERENCES: AR 55-46 and AE Supplement 1 to AR 55-46
USAG Wiesbaden DHR, DSN 337-5515
                                   DHR-MPD
                                   PASSPORTS

o Located ground floor of BLDG. 1023N next to the food court.

o Passport applications are to be completed on-line at
  www.travel.state.gov, printed and brought to the passport office -
  without signature.

o Passport office hours are: Mon, Wed, Thurs and Fri 0900-1200 and
  1300-1600. Tue 1300-1600 only. Information handouts are available
  with instructions for tourist passports.

o Recommend you call before you come in if you have questions (DSN
  337-5308/7470 or CIV. 0611-705-5308/7470).




USAG Wiesbaden DHR, DSN 337-5515
                                   DHR-MPD
                                   ID CARDS

o Located ground floor of bldg. 1023N next to the food court.

o ID card office hours are: Mon-Fri 0800-1600 and arriving early is normally
  better than coming in late.
   o Last customer sign-in cutoff is 1530.
   o Last workday of the month the office closes at 1400 for records
      reconciliation.

o Note: The garrison ID card section services 1AD soldiers with their
  families, and civilians. (Family members cannot attain an ID card without
  their sponsor.) The STB ID card section in bldg. 01212 services single and
  unaccompanied 1AD soldiers.

o Recommend you call before you come in if you have questions (DSN 337-
  6348/6353 OR CIV. 0611-705-6348/6353).
USAG Wiesbaden DHR, DSN 337-5515
                                   DHR-MPD


 MPD CHIEF: DSN 337-5515 or civ. 0611-705-5515

 ACTIONS (ERoD Information): DSN 337-6070 or civ. 0611-
   705-6070

 ID CARDS (Families): DSN 337-6348/6353 or civ. 0611-705-
   6348/6353

 PASSPORTS: DSN 337-5308/7470 or civ. 0611-705-
   5308/7470



USAG Wiesbaden DHR, DSN 337-5515
   1st Armored Division
Office of the Staff Judge Advocate


      Legal Assistance Office
        CPT Matthew Reid
                                        The Way Ahead



                •   Estate Planning / Powers of Attorney
                •   Landlord/Tenant
                •   Consumer Law
                •   SCRA
                •   Tax Issues
                •   Myths/Scams
                •   Miscellaneous


Legal Assistance Office, DSN 337-4724
                                        Wills



              • Who needs a will?
              • What is a will?
              • When should I get or change a will?
              • Where can I get a will?
              • Why should I have a will?



Legal Assistance Office, DSN 337-4724
                              Other Estate Planning



                    • Living wills
                    • Advanced medical directives
                    • Durable (springing) POA
                    • SGLI
                    • Death gratuity



Legal Assistance Office, DSN 337-4724
                                  Powers of Attorney


                                 • General
                                 • Special
                                 • In Loco Parentis
                                 • Revocation




Legal Assistance Office, DSN 337-4724
                                    Landlord / Tenant


                     • SCRA protections
                     • What to do if I have a problem?




Legal Assistance Office, DSN 337-4724
                                        Consumer Law


                               • Identity theft
                               • Credit issues
                               • Cell phones




Legal Assistance Office, DSN 337-4724
                                        SCRA


  • Stands for Service Members Civil Relief Act
  • May be used to lower certain interest rates
  • May protect you from having to appear in court
  • May overturn a Default Judgment
  • Possible protection from eviction




Legal Assistance Office, DSN 337-4724
                                        Tax Issues

  • Combat zone income tax exemptions
      – Enlisted: all pay is tax free while in combat zone
      – Officers: pay untaxed up to amount earned by
        highest enlisted Soldier
  • Extension for Deploying
      – Extended deadline for filing a tax return
      – If you owe taxes, extensions are as follows:
           • Automatic 180 day extension from time return from
             combat zone
           • Also, add on every day deployed between January 1 and
             April 15 (the tax season)
Legal Assistance Office, DSN 337-4724
                                        Claims


      • Items damaged during a deployment
      • Time frame
      • Office located at bldg 1023N, 2nd Floor




Legal Assistance Office, DSN 337-4724
                                        Myths

  • Yes, you still have to pay all your bills while
    you’re deployed
        – If not, they CAN evict you, foreclose, or
          repossess your car
  • No, all interest rates are not lowered to 6%
    while deployed
        – Exceptions: reservists, military friendly
          credit card companies



Legal Assistance Office, DSN 337-4724
                                        Scams


              HELLO, I AM A LAWYER IN
             NIGERIA AND MY CLIENT IS
             IN DESPERATE NEED OF
             YOUR ASSISTANCE



Legal Assistance Office, DSN 337-4724
                                   Deployment Checklist


 • Do Family members have access to checking
   accounts?
 • Do Family members know when bills are due
   and are they able to pay them?
 • Are insurance policies up to date?
 • Do Family members know where insurance
   cards are?



Legal Assistance Office, DSN 337-4724
                                 Deployment Checklist


  • DEERS up to date?
  • ID Cards expired or expiring soon?
  • Have you set as many payments to automatic
    withdrawal as possible
  • Do your Family members understand when
    basic household and vehicle maintenance are
    required (oil, filters, salt in dishwasher)?



Legal Assistance Office, DSN 337-4724
   WHERE TO GO IF I HAVE QUESTIONS?

 Your legal assistance office of course!

 TO SCHEDULE AND APPOINTMENT
          PLEASE CALL

DSN 337-4724/4725 CIVILIAN 0611-705-
              4724/4725

  NOTARIZATIONS AND OTHER
     SERVICES ARE PROVIDED
DURING NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS
                   HOURS OF OPERATION

           MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND FRIDAY
                   0900-1200, 1300-1600
                       THURSDAY
                        1300-1600
                                  WALK IN APPOINTMENTS
                                        TUESDAY
                                        1300-1600
                                         FRIDAY
                                        0900-1200


Legal Assistance Office, DSN 337-4724
                  ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE
                          (ACS)




USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5254
                  ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE




USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5254
                  ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE
                                    PROGRAMS
   • Information and Referral              • Family Advocacy
   • Employment Readiness                  • Exceptional Family Member
   • Army Volunteer Corps                  • Mobilization and Deployment
   • Relocation Readiness                  • Army Family Action Plan
   • Financial Readiness                   • Army Family Team Building

   • Army Emergency Relief

   • Soldier & Family Assistance           • Military & Family Life
   Center (SFAC)                           Consultants



USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5254
                  ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE
          MILITARY FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANTS
                        (MFLC)
    Need                  Licensed and Certified Psychologist
  someone                 No Records Kept
   to talk                Free, Private, Confidential, Non-reportable
                          Anonymous
    with?                 Operate on a first name basis only
                          No Rank or Unit
                                                     Call: 0175-617-5799
Feeling stress                                        0160-990-82323
Snapping at the children                         After-hours and weekend
Quick to anger                                    appointments available
Fatigue or a lack of energy
Deep sense of sadness or unhappiness
Trouble in remembering, thinking or making decisions?


USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5254
                  ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE

                              Contact Information
                                 Hainerberg Housing Area
                                   Mississippi Strasse 22
                                          Bldg 07790
                                    Wiesbaden , Germany
                                  Civilian: (49) 611-408-0254
                                         DSN: 335-5254
                                    Fax: (49)-611-408-0450

                                  For information logon to:

                               http://www.myarmylifetoo.com
                                            or
                               http://www.armygermany.com




USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5254
            Sexual Assault
        Prevention & Response
                         Sexual Assault Response
                           Coordinator (SARC)
                           24/7 0162-296-6741


USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5404
                                     Sexual Assault
                                    Risk Reduction
• Don’t binge Drink

• Utilize the buddy system

• Lock your doors (barracks, office & car)

• Set limits & be assertive

                      Additional risks in the deployed environment:

• Sleeping areas are less secure (tents, bunkers, trailers)

• Cultural differences
USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5404
                                     Sexual Assault

                              CONFIDENTIALITY!

 Restricted reporting – Soldiers who are victims of a
  sexual assault can report the crime to certain
  individuals without triggering an investigation.
  DSARC, UVA, Chaplain, and/or medical professional.
  Restricted reporting is NOT afforded to Family
  members.

 Unrestricted reporting – Investigation is wanted, chain
  of command is notified.

 Exceptions to confidentiality
  *Installation Commander is notified of every sexual
  assault. Statistical information ONLY.
USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5404
                                     Sexual Assault

                             What to do if you are
                             Sexually Assaulted?
        • Get to a safe place immediately

        • Leave the scene of the crime as is

        • Get Medical attention
           DO NOT Shower, Change clothes, go to the bathroom or
             Drink Anything!

        • Ask to speak with a DSARC, UVA, IVA or Chaplain

        • Help is available 24/7 0162-296-6741 (Downrange contact
          your local DSARC, UVA, law enforcement or chain of
          command)
USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5404
POSTAL SERVICE
   CENTER
                         POSTAL SERVICE CENTER
                             MAIL DELIVERY OPTIONS
1. Service members should not place their mail on HOLD for the duration of the
   deployment.

   - Complete DD Form 2258, Temporary Mail Disposition Instructions (available at your
   Community Mail Room).

   - Service members can either forward all mail, or just service member’s mail.

   - Forwards can also be to addresses other than APO address, MPS mail cannot be forwarded
   outside the MPS system without postage.

2. If you desire to designate an individual other than a family member to receive your
   mail, complete a PS Form 3801 (available at your CMR) or a Power of Attorney .

   - Only authorizes agent are allowed to pick up your mail. It is your responsibility to give your
   agent your combination.

   - “LISTED” Spouses do not need a SIGNATURE CARD

   - PS Form 3801 remains effective until you revoke it.



USAG Wiesbaden DHR, PSC, 337-5437 E-MAIL: CMR467@EUR.ARMY.MIL
                         POSTAL SERVICE CENTER

      POWERS OF ATTORNEY
      SPONSOR/SPOUSE CANNOT CONTROL THE DELIVERY OF
      A SPOUSE‟S MAIL WITHOUT WRITTEN AUTHORIZATION
      FROM THAT SPOUSE.

      Powers of attorney are honored under the following
      conditions:
             If Special: Must contain exact instructions such as
             authorization to close receptacle/change forwarding
             address, or pick up packages.
             If General: Sponsor will be contacted via e-mail to
             ensure that his/her wishes are being carried out.

      ***None ID Card holders are not authorized to use a POA to act as an agent for a valid
      ID Card holder at the Postal Service Center.
USAG Wiesbaden DHR, PSC, 337-5437 E-MAIL: CMR467@EUR.ARMY.MIL
                         POSTAL SERVICE CENTER


                Mrs. Jane Snuffy                                MPS
                CMR 467, Box 9005
                APO AE 09096-9005

                                        SGT Joe Snuffy
                                        HHC 1AD
                                        FOB XXXX
                                        APO AE 093XX




       * NEVER include geographical location as part of address (i.e. Kuwait,
       Iraq, Germany). This can cause mail to be routed through International
       mail channels. Mail may be delayed and possibly returned to sender.
       PRIORITY BOXES / ENVELOPES CANNOT BE USED FOR MPS.

USAG Wiesbaden DHR, PSC, 337-5437 E-MAIL: CMR467@EUR.ARMY.MIL
                         POSTAL SERVICE CENTER


      If your status changes or you have a question
      at any time:
      -please send us an e-mail (CMR467@EUR.ARMY.MIL)
      -or call DSN 337-7630 / 6413; 0611-705-7630 / 6413


      All e-mail must originate from AKO or other .mil addresses.
      Service member can use the above email address to make
      changes to mail disposition at any time.
      (ex: stop forward, or hold mail)




USAG Wiesbaden DHR, PSC, 337-5437 E-MAIL: CMR467@EUR.ARMY.MIL
  208th FMCO




Deployment
Entitlements
                            Deployment Entitlements
 Per diem………………...…...........................................$105.00/3.50 daily
 BAS…………………………………………………………….Single Soldiers
 Hostile Fire Pay …...…………………………….………....$225.00/monthly
 Combat Zone Tax Exclusion……….…………….....Fed and State Taxes
 Family Separation Allowance…………………………..$250.00/8.33 daily
 Hardship Duty Pay – (Location)………………….…….$100.00/3.33 daily
 Annual/Special Leave................................................ALA= 75/SLA = 120
 PDMRA- https://perscomnd04.army.mil/milpermsgs.nsf/WebFrameset?OpenFrameSet
 Savings Deposit Program
 COLA
 Eagle Cash Card
 AIP (Voluntary/Involuntary)
 Stop Loss Special Pay
   Note – Soldiers will continue to draw all current entitlements while on TCS orders (OHA, COLA and BAH).
208th FMCO, DSN: 385-2597
           Points of Contact




• SSG Asher Wright- DSN: 384-6954
  asher.wright@eur.army.mil

• SGT Jefferson James- DSN: 385-2597
  jefferson.james@eur.army.mil
ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE
        (ACS)

 FINANCIAL READINESS
  Conserving “Special Pay”
                 FINANCIAL READINESS

                               PREPARATION
    • Talk to your spouse – plan ahead
    • Set financial deployment goals with your
      spouse and write them down
    • Goals / Budget
    • Emergency savings
    • Pay off debt
    • Longer term (TSP / IRA)

USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5405
                 FINANCIAL READINESS

                       EMERGENCY FUND
    • Emergencies normally occur only in
      unplanned areas
    • Emergency funds can be set aside in any
      number of ways
          – Savings accounts (by allotment)
          – Separate checking account (by allotment)




USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5405
                 FINANCIAL READINESS

                   Army Emergency Relief
    • Provides no-interest loans for
      EMERGENCY financial needs
          – Emergency travel, POV repairs, food, rent
    • Spouse must have Power of Attorney
    • Repayment by allotment
    • Each situation is unique, call for
      assistance
       DSN 335-5254 or CIV 0611-4080-254
USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5405
                 FINANCIAL READINESS

                       THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN
 • Money can be invested in 10 different funds
 • Basic TSP participation allows you to contribute up
   to $16,500 in 2009
 • In addition to your contribution from base pay you
   can contribute up to 100% of any incentive or bonus
   pay to TSP (i.e. re-enlistment bonus)
 • TSP contributions during combat deployments are
   TAX-FREE for life!!


USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5405
                 FINANCIAL READINESS

                       THRIFT SAVINGS PLAN

    • If you have not made a TSP contribution
      election, and expect to receive some
      special pay and want to contribute some
      or all of it to the TSP

             BE SURE TO MAKE A BASIC PAY
             ELECTION BEFORE BECOMING
             ELIGIBLE FOR THE BONUS PAY

USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5405
                 FINANCIAL READINESS

                     INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT
                           ACCOUNTS
    • Traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs are options
      for long-term retirement fund investments
    • Educate yourself on the differences
          – Traditional – you contribute before-tax dollars
            and pay taxes at withdrawal (age 59½)
          – Roth – you contribute after-tax dollars and pay
            no taxes on withdrawal (age 59½)

USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5405
                 FINANCIAL READINESS

                                     CAUTIONS
    • Two debit cards on same account
    • Limit downrange spending
    • Limit internet purchases
    • Don’t overspend at the PX – cautious use
      of the STAR CARD
    • Be aware of “emotional spending”



USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5405
             FINANCIAL READINESS
                  PROGRAM
    Available for unit / FRG briefings
    ACS classes available:
    • Successful Money Management
    • Credit and Debt Management
    • Budget Development
    Call DSN 335-5254 or CIV 0611-4080-254
    for more information or to register for a class

USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, ACS, DSN: 335-5405
                FINANCIAL READINESS
                                            Don’t Make Her Mad!!!


                                                             She‟s still mad „cause I
                                                             didn‟t go over the finances
                                                             before I was deployed back
                                                             in „42


                                                         Don‟t let this happen to you! Let the
                                                         Financial Readiness Program steer you
                                                         in the right direction. Come and learn
                                                         about budgeting, credit management and
                                                         much more. For more details call Mark
                                                         Daybell at Wiesbaden ACS.


Army Community Service, Bldg 7790, Mississippi Strasse
DSN 335-5254 CIV 0611-4080-254
          CHILD, YOUTH & SCHOOL
                 SERVICES
                  (CYSS)



USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, CYSS, DSN: 335-5295/5272
                Child, Youth & School Services

                  Mission Statement and Commitment


             USAG Wiesbaden CYS Services recognizes
             the challenges of our Soldiers and Families.
             By offering quality programs for children and
             youth, CYS Services supports the Army
             Family Covenant by reducing conflict
             between mission readiness and parental
             responsibility.




USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, CYSS, DSN: 335-5295/5272
                Child, Youth & School Services
                           Programs & Services
        Child Development Center (6 weeks – Kindergarten) – Nationally
       Accredited and DoD Certified facilities offering Full Day/Part Day
       Preschool Programs, Strong Beginnings and Hourly and Respite
       Child Care.
        School Age Services (1st Grade – 5th Grade) – Nationally
       Accredited and DoD Certified facilities offering Before and After
       School Care, Full Day Care during School Out Days, Hourly and
       Respite Child Care, Summer Camps.
        Family Child Care (4 weeks – School Age Services) – Certified In-
       Home Providers offering Full Day/Part Day Preschool Programs,
       Strong Beginnings Hourly and Respite Child Care, Extended Hours
       Care.
        Youth Services (6th Grade – 12th Grade) – After School Programs
       including state-of-the-art youth technology lab, leadership clubs,
       special events, and field trips.
USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, CYSS, DSN: 335-5295/5272
                Child, Youth & School Services
                           Programs & Services
        CYSS Sports and Fitness - Year-Round Team and Individual
       Sports Opportunities, Skill Development Clinics, Fitness and Nutrition
       Classes
        SKIESUnlimited - School of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration, &
       Skills Programs that offer Instructional Classes for Children and
       Youth.
        HIRED! - Apprenticeship Program offering Workforce Preparation
       Experience for Youth 15-18 years old in all MWR Facilities.
        EDGE! – Partnership Program between MWR and CYSS offering
       Cutting-Edge Activities for Children and Youth.
        Parent and Outreach Services – Central Enrollment and
       Registration, Special Openings, On-Site Childcare, Resource and
       Referral Services
        School Liaison Services – Vital link between Parents, Schools,
       and CYSS offering Information, Referrals, Education, and Advocacy
USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, CYSS, DSN: 335-5295/5272
                 Child, Youth & School Services
                                  Covenant Focus Areas
    Reduced Child Care Fees
     Elimination of CYSS Registration Fee ($18.00 per child - $40.00 per
    family) for all CYSS patrons.
     20% Reduction of Fees for Regularly Scheduled Full Day and Part Day
    Preschool Care for Mission Level 1.
     16 Free Respite Care Hours per Child per Month for Families of
    Deployed Soldiers.
     Reduction of Hourly Care fees to $2.00 per hour for any Hourly Care
    beyond the 16 Free Respite Care Hours.
     Credit towards Instructional Classes and Team Sports Enrollments for
    Families of Deployed and Rear Detachment Soldiers.

          Reduced Fees based on Mission Levels, supporting documentation is required.
          Per Guidance, CYSS must verify with unit if the end date is not specified on the supporting documentation.



USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, CYSS, DSN: 335-5295/5272
                Child, Youth & School Services
                          Covenant Focus Areas


             Free Short Term Alternative Child Care during Mandatory
            Deployment Meetings (Coordinated between Unit/FRSA & CYSS
            Outreach Services)
             Free Hourly Care for FRG Meetings (Coordinated between
            Unit/FRSA & CYSS Outreach Services)

             Expanded Hourly Care/ Respite Child Care Options




USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, CYSS, DSN: 335-5295/5272
                Child, Youth & School Services
                                Hourly/Respite Care

         Dedicated Phone Line – Central Enrollment and Registration
        Office (Bldg 1502, WAAF). DSN 337-7014 or 0611-705-7014.
        Reservations are accepted from 0830 - 1630, Monday to Friday.

         Friday Evening Child Care offered from 1830 – 2330 on designated
        dates during the month at WAAF, CDC Bldg 1502.

         Saturday Child Care offered from 1000 – 1600 on designated dates
        during the month at WAAF, CDC Bldg 1502.

         For more information, please contact CYSS Central Enrollment and
        Registration Office located at Bldg 1215, WAAF, DSN 337-7928 or Civ
        0611 705 7928.



USAG Wiesbaden DFMWR, CYSS, DSN: 335-5295/5272
Public Affairs Office
       (PAO)
     Command information / Customer support




               www.wiesbaden.army.mil
               Website




                 American
 Things to    Forces Network
Do weekly
newsletter,                    Community Information
AFN radio                                                 Herald Union
                                    Channel
   show,                                                   Newspaper
  website     Interactive Customer
   blog,            Evaluation            Marquees (Commissary, WAAF)
  twitter
The Herald Union
10 Minute

 Break
Operations Security Brief
      for Families


      CPT Brian L. Adamson
  1st Armored Division, G7 (IO)
         OPSEC Officer
                       Deployment Time




Examples of what could be:
MI6
Family Photo
                OPSEC Insights


• Indicators             • Do not discuss it or use
• Communications           a secure line
• Websites, blogs, SNS   • Other – protect Critical
  discussing details,      Information from
  pictures/stories not     adversary groups and
  vetted, asked the        individuals
  leadership             • You know more than you
• Social Engineering       think
• Yellow Ribbon          • Document and report
   Army Health
Promotion Program
                                          Army Health Promotion Program


         • Promotes overall health: “Comprehensive Fitness”
            – Physical
            – Behavioral/Emotional
            – Spiritual
            – Environmental

         • Community Resource Guide

         • Community Health Promotion Council




Health Promotion Officer, DSN: 337-7244
                                          Community Resource Guide




Health Promotion Officer, DSN: 337-7244
                                          Community Resource Guide




Health Promotion Officer, DSN: 337-7244
                              Community Health Promotion Council



                                                                   The Community
                                          Soldiers                Health Promotion
                                                                   Council is where
           Children                                                 commanders,
             and                                     Civilians   community leaders,
            Youth                         ARMY                       and service
                                          FAMILY                  providers gather to
                                                                 form a joint strategy
                         Families               Retirees           to promote and
                                                                 protect the health of
                                                                    our community


Health Promotion Officer, DSN: 337-7244
                                  Upcoming Health Promotion Events



       September 14                       Installation Suicide Prevention Training

       September 17                       Comprehensive Community Fitness Fair

       September 22                       Community Health Promotion Council

       October 24                         EFMP Autism Awareness Walk




Health Promotion Officer, DSN: 337-7244
 Behavioral Health Services
For Iron Soldiers and Families


      Pre-deployment Briefing
               Our Mission


Support the Mission of the First Armored Division
by ensuring Iron Soldiers and their Families have
the Behavioral Health resources necessary for a
successful deployment and healthy reintegration
       Behavioral Health Services



• Available – in Garrison and Downrange
• Accessible – for Soldiers and Families
• Effective – with treatment, most folks make a
  successful recovery
• Biggest barrier – our own fears of asking for help
              Resources Online


http://www.afterdeployment.org/ (you don't have to
  register to use it!)
http://www.realwarriors.net/
http://www.hooah4health.com/
http://www.aap.org/sections/uniformedservices/deplo
  yment/index.html
http://www.1ad.army.mil/mental%20health/home.htm
              Contact Information

• Behavioral Health at Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic:
  – Appts DSN 337-6320
  – Psych Tech (Ms. Shea) DSN 337-7971
  – Chief DSN 337-5393
• Division Behavioral Health DSN 337-4105
• Division Psychiatrist (commercial) 0151-214-11118
• Division Family Life Chaplain 337-5327

  Dial 0611-705-xxxx to reach WAAF DSN lines from off post
   Directorate of Logistics
            (DOL)



USAG Wiesbaden DOL, Transportation, DSN 337-6898
                             Directorate of Logistics
                           Ready Boxes (Personal Property)
• Ready boxes provide convenience to Soldiers returning on EL, R&R
  or Reintegration to enable immediate access to his/her personal
  items (Class A, bed sheets, clothes, toiletry items, etc.)

• Deploying unit is responsible for procurement and storing ready
  boxes.

• Carrier may provide ready boxes if unit decides to have it stored at
  contractor warehouse. IMCOM funded.

• Inconvenience if stored by contractor/carrier warehouse: Minimum 5
  working days advance notice required prior to delivery. No second
  pick-up for storage or delivery

• Advantage of storage at unit facilities (preferred method): No waiting
  time for delivery, items available during R&R.
USAG Wiesbaden DOL, Transportation, DSN 337-6898
                          Directorate of Logistics
                        Personal Property / POV Storage
• Authorized are :
   - Single Soldiers / bachelors living in the barracks or off
     post
   - Single Soldiers with dependent children that must leave
     the residence due to childcare plan
   - Married dual military members when both are deploying

• Unit provides ITO with a deployment order / memorandum
  signed by the Commander with required information 30
  days prior to pick-up

• POV storage will covered during the HHG/POV briefings


  USAG Wiesbaden DOL, Transportation, DSN 337-6898
 Directorate of Logistics

    Point of Contact for
     Personal Property

Mr. Edgar Schauss, 337-6892
Edgar.schauss@eur.army.mil

  Mr. Mike Fuhr, 337-6472
 Michael.fuhr@eur.army.mil
                          Directorate of Logistics
               Non Tactical Vehicle (NTV) Usage For Family
                         Readiness Group (FRG)

• FRG volunteers may operate government-owned or leased NTV
• FRG volunteers must be officially registered as an Army
  Community Service (ACS) volunteer
• Authority is limited to operate NTVs under 10,000 pounds gross
  vehicle weight
• NTV support will come from assigned unit assets. Leasing
  additional vehicles is not authorized.




  USAG Wiesbaden DOL, Transportation, DSN 337-6898
                          Directorate of Logistics
               Non Tactical Vehicle (NTV) Usage For Family
                         Readiness Group (FRG)

• Commanders must grant written permission for use of
  government vehicle and ensure that:
   - Volunteers have a valid drivers license in the country
     where the vehicle is primarily based or operated
   - Vehicles are for official use only
   - Driving requirement is part of the volunteers job description


• TMP POC: Mr. Stapleton at 337-1800/7808



  USAG Wiesbaden DOL, Transportation, DSN 337-6898
Provost Marshal
    (PMO)
                              Provost Marshal / DES


    PMO Emergency (24 hrs): 114 or 0611-705-114

    PMO Non-Emergency (24 hrs): 0611-705-5096

    Vehicle Registration Office: Bldg 7513, Mainz Kastel TMP:
    0611-705 7819 / 337-7819
          HOURS: M-F 0730-1600

    Installation Access Office: Bldg 1062, WAAF:
    0611-705-7259 / 337-7259/6062
           HOURS: M-F 0730-1600



USAG Wiesbaden DES, DSN 337-5096
     Installation Access




Vehicle Registration
                                   Vehicle Registration

       Government Storage
           Vehicles placed into government storage will have their
             registrations de-activated by Vehicle Registration in
             Manheim. While in storage vehicles will not lose any
             time on their registration. All de-activations are
             coordinated by the storage facility with the Mannheim
             vehicle registration office.
       Non-Storage
            Individuals who do not store their vehicles in
             government storage are responsible for maintaining
             their vehicle registration and are eligible for a one year
             extension.
            To obtain 1 year extension, Unit representatives must
             submit request to Vehicle Registration in Manheim for
             processing.
USAG Wiesbaden DES, DSN 337-5096
                                   Vehicle Registration

      Non-Operational Registrations
           Vehicles registered Non-Operational and that are in
            government storage will have their registrations de-
            activated while in storage and will not lose any time on
            their registration.
           Individuals who do not place their Non-Operational
            vehicles into government storage will be responsible to
            maintain a valid registration. Non-Ops are good for 90
            days unless granted an extension by the USAG
            Wiesbaden Deputy to the Commander.
           The only authorized storage areas for non-ops are at the
            auto craft shop or car care center on Mainz-Kastel
            Storage Station with clearly display documentation in the
            windshield of vehicle.
USAG Wiesbaden DES, DSN 337-5096
                   Reactivating Vehicle Registration


       In order to reactivate your vehicle registration, individuals
       must visit their local Vehicle Registration Office with the
       following documents.
                DA Form 788 (storage inventory check List)
                New Double White Insurance Card
                Valid USAREUR License
                USAREUR ID Card




USAG Wiesbaden DES, DSN 337-5096
                          Vehicle Registration Hours



           Hours of operation: Mon-Fri 0730-1600
           Last sign in is 1500 daily
           Closed at 1200 on last Friday of the month for inventory
           Closed all federal holidays



                FOR MORE INFO PLEASE SEE REGISTRY
                   OF MOTOR VEHICLES WEBSITE:
                     http://rmv.hqusareur.army.mil



USAG Wiesbaden DES, DSN 337-5096
                                   Installation Access




                Installation Access
                       (IACS)


USAG Wiesbaden DES, DSN 337-5096
                                   Installation Access


                                         IACS

                Visitor Family member access

                Personnel service employee

                Replaced ID cards




USAG Wiesbaden DES, DSN 337-5096
                                   Installation Access

                                         IACS

        All ID cards to include Family members must be
         registered in IACS system
        If expired downrange you must update during
         reintegration
        Replaced ID cards
        POC Wannica Wyatt




USAG Wiesbaden DES, DSN 337-5096
American Red Cross
      (ARC)
                 American Red Cross



        Get to Know Us Before You Need Us
                  www.redcross.org
                    877-272-7337

        Classes (First Aid, CPR and AED
       ( Automatic External Defibrillator)

        Volunteer opportunities




Contact: CIV: 0611-705-1760/5173, DSN: 337-1760/5173, After Hours,
Weekends & Holidays: CIV: 07031-15334 or DSN: 431-2334
                                  Chaplain




Hainerberg Chapel, DSN 335-5176
                Your Chaplain Team

         CH (COL) Bruce Fredrickson
         Division Mobilization Chaplain
         Hainerberg Chapel         DSN 335-5176

         CH (CPT) Josh Metz
         USAG Staff Chaplain
         Hainerberg Chapel                   DSN 335-5570

         SFC Drew Hagemann
         Division Mobilization Chaplain NCOIC
         Hainerberg Chapel        DSN 335-5174
Bldg. 07779, Hainerberg Chapel, CIV: 0611-408-0248, DSN: 335-5570
                                  Family Retreats


 Provide retreats for the families of deployed
Soldiers.
 Support FRG events throughout the deployment.
 Family retreats focused on building resiliency
keeping our families IRON STRONG.
 Common retreat destinations include: Edelweiss,
Willigen, and Hambachtal.

Hainerberg Chapel, DSN 335-5176
                             Pastoral Counseling

       Deployment                  Family Issues


       Stress                      Grief


       Coping Skills               Spiritual Issues


      Conflict Management




Hainerberg Chapel, DSN 335-5176
                    Religious Services
    WAAF CHAPEL                   HAINERBERG
                                  CHAPEL
       Friday
       1200 Muslim Prayers        Sunday
       1930 Jewish Service        0900 Catholic Mass
       Saturday                   1100 Protestant Service
       1600 Confession            Mon-Fri
       1700 Catholic Mass         LDS 0645-0740
       Sunday                     Activity Room
       1000 Contemporary
       Protestant Service
       1230 Gospel Service
       Tue, Wed, Thu:
       1200 Catholic Mass
Hainerberg Chapel, DSN 335-5176
          On-call ministry - available 24 hours

 Support to Rear-Det. Cdr’s and FRG Leaders

 After hours…call the MP Desk at 0611-705-5096


                          Wiesbaden Chapels…
                         …God’s Love Spoken here!

 Hainerberg Chapel, DSN 335-5176
Directorate of Public Works,
          Housing
           (DPW)
                                          Housing

            ASSIGNMENT TO ARMY FAMILY HOUSING

 Sponsors currently on the waiting list may elect to be by-passed
  until they return from deployment or have their spouse sign for
  quarters.
   - Need telephone number to reach spouse, no POA is needed.

           RETENTION OF GOVERNMENT QUARTERS


 Sponsors may retain quarters for the duration of the
  deployment.

 Quarters must continue to be maintained as outlined in
  regulatory guidance.
  USAG Wiesbaden DPW, Housing, DSN 337-5556
                                          Housing
         TERMINATION OF GOVERNMENT QUARTERS
 Sponsors can terminate quarters, prior to deployment.
 Spouses can terminate quarters in the absence of the sponsor.
 Army married couples, both deploying, can terminate assigned
  quarters and have their household goods placed in storage.
 Notify the Housing Office, to schedule and obtain briefing on
  termination procedures and cleaning requirements.

     NON-DEPENDENTS RESIDING IN GOVT QUARTERS
 Non-dependent Family members and guests may be allowed to
   reside in quarters during the sponsor’s absence. Prior
   approval from Garrison Commander must be obtained.
 Sponsors are responsible for non-dependent Family
    members and guest(s) conduct while residing in government
    housing.
  USAG Wiesbaden DPW, Housing, DSN 337-5556
                                            Housing
          EXTENDED LEAVE OF ABSENCE FROM HOUSING
  Maintain assignment of housing and/or family members depart the
 area for an extended period of time:
   Make arrangements for the continued care and upkeep of quarters.
   Provide POC with keys to the quarters.
   Make arrangements for the care of any pets (and not left in qtrs!)
   Provide “written” notification to the Housing Office, that includes:
    - Projected length of time for absence from quarters.
    - Telephone number where you can be reached in an emergency.
    - Name, rank, unit, duty phone & home phone number for the POC
      responsible for your quarters in your absence.
      Note: Housing will not replace lost keys or allow entry to quarters, if
            a POC has not been identified in the individual’s housing file.
Note: It is imperative that sponsors who retain their assigned quarters (off-post & on-post housing)
which will remain vacate until their return, adhere to the above requirements.
    USAG Wiesbaden DPW, Housing, DSN 337-5556
                                          Housing

PRIVATE RENTAL (OFF-POST) HOUSING CONSIDERATIONS

 Sponsor can retain their off-post housing unit and
   will continue to pay monthly rent and receive OHA.
 Sponsors can terminate housing, prior to deployment, in
   accordance with lease contract agreement.
 Spouses can terminate housing in the absence of the sponsor.
 Sponsors should establish automatic bill paying through
   the local bank.
 Arrangements must be made with the Housing Customer
   Service Branch to have government furniture/appliances
   picked up prior to returning the rental unit to the landlord.
 Contact the Housing Services Office (off-post support) for
  assistance.
  USAG Wiesbaden DPW, Housing, DSN 337-5556
                                          Housing

UNACCOMPANIED PERSONNEL HOUSING (UPH):

 Unaccompanied Soldiers in government controlled
UPH and diverted AFH are required to vacate and clear
their quarters with Housing.

 Personal property will be packed and stored during
deployment.

 Government will reimburse telephone, internet &
cable TV reconnection fees upon re-deployment.


  USAG Wiesbaden DPW, Housing, DSN 337-5556
                                  Housing

                  TELEPHONE NUMBERS
To set up a pre-termination inspection for government quarters
        Call Housing - 337-5770/6290/5337 (Unaccompanied 7557/5664)

To set up termination of government quarters
    Bring orders, HHG shipping date and flight information to Housing

To notify landlord for off post housing and set up termination appointment
         Call HSO - 337-7059 or 0611-174639-3

To set appointment to have CFMO furniture and/or appliances picked up
         Call Housing 337-5770/6266/6192

For questions concerning these and other issues not addressed in this fact sheet,

Please call Ms. Heike Trail at DSN 337-7058;
                          alternate is Ms. Gordana Petrovic at 337-5337

Chief Housing Division, Mr. Waldemar Feliciano, 337-7060
                        US Army Garrison Wiesbaden



                           Questions / Comments




USAG Wiesbaden DPTMS, Plans & Operations 337-5575

								
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